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I ask anyone who wants to discuss politics rationally, this question: Would you rather make your own decisions or have someone else, who doesn't know you, make your decisions for you? Invariably the answer is make their own decisions and is followed by a look as if I have three heads. Then I wait for the proverbial light bulb above their head to appear.
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Negotiating With Terrorists

Rob Constitution Wrote: Jun 03, 2014 11:54 AM
"The five have been shipped to Qatar. President Obama says the Qatari government has assured him they will be subjected to security restrictions and won't be a threat to the U.S." Obama continues to prove how irretrievably stupid he is. I don't understand how much more damage he needs to do the U.S. to be impeached!
Replaced by Josh Earnest...who will be anything but.
I would expect anyone who criticizes Live Action for their undercover approach criticizes Planned Parenthood twice as vehemently in their next breath.
Thank you, Eric, for proving my comment about the capacity of your understanding.
I’ll hold firm to my earlier comment, but since you asked, I’ll nonetheless take a moment of my time to at least answer your question. Perhaps someone else might benefit from my answer. While there are literally hundreds of answers to your question, I’m going to focus on one. Benghazi. In his speech following the horrendous avoidable attacks in Libya on September 11, 2012, Obama gave us an empty speech full of words proven to be nothing but more of his meaningless rhetoric. And I quote Obamanable…”And make no mistake, we will work with the Libyan government to bring to justice the killers who attacked our people.” Has anyone been brought to justice? Here is something specific our administration, led by the buffoon-in-chief, can do. Deliver on its promises (something he rarely does). Prove that terrorist attacks against America will not be tolerated. Until we bring closure to this awful tragedy, and others under his watch, the terrorists remain emboldened by his unwillingness to engage America in “wet” work. To double down on his hypocrisy, he further added, “We will not waver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act. And make no mistake, justice will be done.” Twice he used the phrase make no mistake. His entire presidency has been a mistake and those who support him are mistake enablers. While he speaks strongly about seeing that justice is served, he has done nothing to empower a sustained effort to actually commit to his assurances. Rather, almost unbelievably, the administration’s actions have begged us all to, “move along, nothing to see here.” You dig, Eric?
The fact that you ask that proves you haven't the capacity to understand the answers even if given to you!
Brilliant!
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Justice for Taryn and Tanner

Rob Constitution Wrote: May 28, 2014 6:18 PM
Brilliant. Their white privilege, I'm sure, comforts them in the loss of their father.
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White Privilege

Rob Constitution Wrote: May 28, 2014 6:10 PM
Brilliant. I love it.
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